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Subject: Re: Distributed Registry Proposal Approach

On Fri, 30 Mar 2001 12:38:53 -0700, Phil Zimmerman wrote:

>1) What is the business need for introducing a distributed registry

To find anyone anywhere in order to do business. For 17 months now
have we told the world that his can be done by doing a single
query. In other words, if Mary has Chocolate Shop and her
information is stored in her Software provider's ebXML compliant
register, her potential customers don't need who her provider is
to find her. Instead they can query the system via any available
entry point.

>2) What problem/problems is/are being addressed?

That of having to know more than that there maybe chocolate shops
out there that one can do ebXML with. Without it I can only do
business with those parties I know.

>3) What group is being optimized for? The registry maintainers? The users?

ebXML! In particular R&R. This requirement has been known since
the beginning. At your last meeting in Vancouver the suggestion
was made again by the StC that UDDI is a possible solution. You
are running out of time! By doing so ebXML is about to fail. I
strongly suggest that you stop debating and listen to what Mike
said. The StC made that point to Scott at this weeks call. It may
not be perfect, but it is better than nothing, which will

On Fri, 30 Mar 2001 09:22:52 -0600, Mike Rawlins wrote:

>Proposal:  For phase 1 use UDDI as the registry of registries (I am even
>more amazed to find myself agreeing with Klaus!).   This, to me, has the
>best chance of satisfying your highest priority constraint.  It also has
>marketing/mindshare advantages which, while they aren't strictly
>speaking technical constraints, certainly are important.


Klaus-Dieter Naujok                          ebXML & TMWG Chair
Netfish Technologies, Santa Clara, CA, Chief Technology Officer

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